20 February 2012

Mother-daughter letters open digital window to Colonial era

There are nothing like letters or journals to give us a sense of those we are researching and the life they led.  Soon, the letters of Colonial South Carolina’s most prominent mother and daughter will become part of a nationally recognized digital project through the University of Virginia Press and its electronic imprint arm, Rotunda.

Read about this project.

Are there other projects like this we should be aware of?

Did any of your ancestors leave an extensive collection of correspondence or journals?

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